Find out more about exciting job opportunities with Kent Wildlife Trust.

We are always looking for volunteers to support our teams in their work. To find out more, please take a look at our current volunteer opportunities.

  • Location: Based at Weald or Medway & mid-Kent Downs reserves

    Salary: These are unpaid voluntary roles however, travel expenses and a tailored training programme will be provided. (Fixed term for 11 months)

    Closing date: Tue, 05/09/2017

    Funded by LUND. Assisting the West Kent Reserves team in the management of a variety of nature reserves in the Weald area.

  • Location: Tyland Barn, Maidstone, Kent

    Salary: £20,719 - £22,365 pro rata

    Closing date: Mon, 11/09/2017

    An exciting new project led by Bumblebee Conservation Trust, funded by Heritage Lottery Fund and with Kent Wildlife Trust, focusing on restoring and creating habitat for Kent's wild bees, especially the Shrill carder bee. Fixed contract until October 2020, part time (3 days a week)

  • Location: Tyland Barn, Maidstone, Kent

    Salary: £23,187 - £31,413 per annum

    Closing date: Wed, 13/09/2017

    The role will enable the Trust to achieve effective engagement in marine planning issues and deliver biodiversity enhancement. Experience is required of working on Environmental Impact Assessments and UK marine and coastal ecology.

  • Location: Based at Weald or Medway & mid-Kent Downs reserves

    Salary: These are unpaid voluntary roles however, travel expenses and a tailored training programme will be provided. (Fixed term for 11 months)

    Closing date: Tue, 19/09/2017

    Assisting the West Kent Reserves team in the management of a variety of nature reserves in the Medway & Mid-Kent Downs Area (A2).

  • Location: Kent Wildlife Trust Forest School sites in Canterbury, Sevenoaks and Bough Beech, plus outreach sites

    Salary: Sessional rate of £59 per full day, £30 per half day

    Closing date: Sun, 31/12/2017

    Sessional tutor, zero hours contract to deliver Forest School Programmes and Forest School-based events, at one or more of the following Kent Wildlife Trust sites: Sevenoaks, Bough Beech, Canterbury, Or at outreach sites

  • Location: Field-based, working across Kent.

    Salary: £10 per hour basic pay plus uncapped commission of at least £21.60 per membership, over the first two per day.

    Closing date: Sun, 31/12/2017

    Part-time flexible working hours 15 per week, either on Friday/Saturday or Saturday/Sunday. Working directly with Kent Wildlife Trust recruiting long-term members through face to face recruiting. Playing an important part in the membership team and identifying venues. Full training will be given.